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By any measure, Kate Balestrieri is a catch. There has arguably been no better moment in history to be a single woman: We have more power, autonomy, and choices than ever before. While there is still plenty of room for improvement, the future is looking bright. Marriage rates have hit historic lowsdating apps are apparently making users depressedand men appear to be in a full-blown masculinity crisis.
Add that to the fact that hookup culture has changed the landscape of our romantic lives, and modern relationships are—in the parlance of our Digital Age—complicated.
One issue that Balestrieri has experienced both firsthand and in her professional experience is that some men are coping badly with the fact that women are now their equals in the workplace—and that frustration is manifest on the dating scene. Some men are coping badly with the fact that women are now their equals in the workplace—and that frustration is manifest on the dating scene.
If these are the kinds of tales that make a night alone on the couch look pretty good, they also illustrate a root cause of the dating struggle. Danielle Forsheea New Jersey-based psychologist, brought up another pain point: pursuing a dating life necessarily means balancing a personal intimate life with your professional identity. Publicly talking about your dating life is, unfortunately, something that could conceivably have detrimental impact on your dating life.
Long-term, committed relationships take work too, of course, she says.
But dating multiple people in an effort to find that long-term relationship requires a different level of effort. Think of it this way: It takes more energy to pedal a bike than to coast. But also, connecting with potential new partners over apps can be straight-up stressful, especially when it comes to expectations of frequency and intensity of text messaging.
A man who comes along who is confident and secure with himself will support and appreciate you and your goals. But relationships do mean compromise. But compromising is life. She also frets about the damage that dating apps has done to the way we organically connect with people.
And when you get two people who are really career-focused, that can create some problems, too. But you do need to be open to love, and, if the right person comes along, realize that might mean making certain changes to your life. We'll send you updates on our latest launches and more. Unsubscribe at any time. Elizabeth Kiefer. Casual dating takes up a ton of time and energy. Redefining success.Why is the dating world so harsh
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Why Dating Has Become So Hard